The Roero, in the south of Piedmont, is an ideal terroir for wine. Due to its geological conformation, the Roero presents an extraordinary variety of microclimates and soils which consist mainly of sandy layers.
Geology explains the subtle differences between the Roero wines produced from the same grape varieties of other territories, because the only thing that this land cannot give are standard wines – each one unique with the potential to become extraordinary.
2012 has been a very good harvest for Matteo Correggia. This video follows the rhythm of this hard and wonderful work, bringing you into the vineyards, the cellar, and finally into the lives of the Correggia family and staff.
Experience the harvest of Roero Arneis, Langhe Sauvignon for Matteo Correggia, Barbera d'Alba Marun, Roero Nebbiolo La Val dei Preti, and Roero Riserva Roche d'Ampsej!
“The strong connection to this land that Matteo instilled in us is something we all now feel, all those involved in the Winery. After my husband died I decided that I wasn’t going to call it a day, and today the Concern’s success is thanks to the team of people I have around me."
Ornella Costa Correggia
WRITTEN - SHOT - EDIT by
Sebastian Korbinian Bach
"Topf & Deckel"
D&P Selezioni SRL
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